The audacity af simplicity | Brizo + Jason Wu
From the very beginning, U.S.-based luxury fittings brand, Brizo™, set out on a decidedly different path—its own. Fancying themselves more as a couture product than mass market, Brizo was introduced in 2004 on the September issue of Vogue magazine. From the very start, their goal was to present a line of faucets with a true sense of style that appealed to both interior designers and homeowners. A year later, up-and-coming fashion designer Jason Wu collaborated with Brizo by creating a number of dresses for their ad campaign, and in return Brizo sponsored Wu’s first runway show in 2006. A fashion-forward relationship was born.
What followed was an organic collaboration between these two brands forged out of a mutual respect and shared vision that fashion and style should be present in all aspects of your life. Jason Wu brings the same timeless, elegant simplicity to faucets that he brings to fashion, believing architecture and fashion share design synergies.
"I have been honored to work with the Brizo brand for over a decade—Merging our complementing approaches to design to bring fashion into the home.”
The latest Jason Wu for Brizo Kitchen Collection brings a sleek element of style to the kitchen. Inspired by minimalist Scandinavian design, Brizo and Jason Wu have expanded the boundaries of both finish and style to deliver a stunning line available exclusively in a matte-white finish with brushed nickel and wood accents. The truly sleek, tech-savvy 4-part kitchen collection includes a touch and voice activated pull-down kitchen faucet, pull-down prep faucet, bar faucet and a soap and lotion dispenser. You can even follow current CDC guidelines by activating an intuitive hand-washing mode on the faucet.
With the latest kitchen faucets, the design is meant to speak for itself. Though white may seem like an understated color choice, it’s far from common when it comes to kitchen faucets. If this becomes the next trend in kitchen design, it’s one we’re happy to get behind.